Person’s Whose Significant Other is Unaware

Person Whose Significant Other Is Unaware

I enjoy the power transfer in a dynamic, the structure, the protocols, the services provided, having responsibility over and for another person. For that to be achieved, there needs to be open and honest communication.

Not just between My s-type, and intimate partner(s); but, for that person to have that same communication with the other important people in their life and in their home. I even dislike accepting clients whose other half is unaware; for the same reason. I actually need to like, and enjoy the company of, the person I’m intending to spend quality time with. As you spend time with someone, emotions may (or may not) become involved.

I enjoy what I do and I usually get excited when time approaches to “see” someone. I look forward to seeing him, spending time with him, exploring things of interest with him. I keep My time occupied and fit people into My schedule. To have a last-minute cancellation due to the significant other suddenly taking off work or returning home sooner than expected is unacceptable. I feel it’s unrealistic for people to expect My time to be so arbitrary and taken so lightly. I think some underestimate the time that goes into preparing for a scene or session.

Getting things set up just to pack things away unused. What’s the point? It dulls My enjoyment of looking forward to seeing that person and, more often than not, I’ll not reschedule that person. If it happens to be a client, they have within that month to reschedule or they forfeit their time. I understand some don’t mind being a secret, or rescheduling meetings and scene or session time, and that’s okay. It simply something I prefer not to deal with it.

What are your thoughts on being a secret to someone’s significant other? I’d love to read your experiences and thoughts.

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